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Looking nothing like the polished, coin-like medals of past games, Salt Lake's medals have heft and bulk and smooth but irregular edges, like a weathered rock plucked from a mountain stream.
Despite a lack of snow on the upper course, preparations for the men's Olympic downhill track are on schedule.
With 100 days to go, the International Olympic Committee ended its final inspection of Salt Lake's preparations for the Winter Games with praise for security arrangements.
The U.S. Olympic Committee has predicted that the U.S. should win at least 20 medals next month in Salt Lake City.
The International Olympic Committee established a global anti-drug agency at Lausanne, Switzerland and now looks to the U.S. take part.
Ninian Stephen, a former High Court justice and governor-general ofAustralia, was appointed Tuesday as a member of the International Olympic Committee's ethics commission.
The International Olympic Committee ethics commission cleared IOC vice president Kevan Gosper of scandal charges around Salt Lake City's bid for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
IOC president, Juan Antonio Samaranch, aims to reform the committee to appease Congress.
IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch will meet with FBI agents investigating the Salt Lake City bribery scandal.
An IOC's ethics commission conceded that it believed Australian IOC kingpin Kevan Gosper was innocent even as it prepared to appoint an outside expert to investigate misconduct claims against him.
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